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The IPC Brussels

July and August 2018 at IPC

Summer Holiday!

Sunday, Aug 19: Summer Worship at 11:15

Sunday, Aug 26: Summer Worship at 11:15

Tuesday, Aug 28: Church Council at 19:30

Saturday, Sept 1: Women of the Church will meet at 10:00 at home of Linda D.

Summer Worship at IPC is always a bit “different”!  Be ready to choose your favorite hymn for our opening hymn medley.  Casual dress is welcome, as the sanctuary can get warm at times.  Special treats are always welcome (you can sign up on-line).  We hope you can join us!

Summer Sunday School – a group lesson  for our children is offered from 24 June through 26 August instead of the usual Sunday School classes.  If you would be willing to lead a group lesson one Sunday this summer, please contact Pr. Murray or Danielle T.

Summer at IPC means it’s time for summer music!  During the summer our wonderful IPC choir takes a well-earned break, but the music and worship goes on.  If you are interested in providing our special music for one Sunday this summer, please contact Sue.  We would love to hear your talent!

Any questions?

Mission of the Month – the Rafiki Foundation

Mission of the Month – August

The Rafiki Foundation

“Rafiki” means friend in Swahili and depicts the purpose of the Foundation—to befriend orphans and widows in their distress (James 1:27). The mission of The Rafiki Foundation is to help Africans know God and raise their standard of living with excellence and integrity.

 The Rafiki Foundation sends out qualified and trained professionals to work with African nationals to promote the physical, spiritual, educational, and social well-being of children and widows.  To that end, The Rafiki foundation is involved in:

  • Child Care – providing a loving home for up to 100 orphans.
  • Education – “Cultivating minds and hearts that love God, their neighbor, and all that is true, good, and beautiful.
  • Bible Study – Providing free, quality bible Studies for men, women and children.
  • Advanced Learning – A higher education program for Rafiki and local students.
  • Widows – Providing widows and impoverished women of the church a means of employment and artistic expression through handicrafts.
  • Rafiki Villages – provide living, medical and educational facilities for orphans and vulnerable children and train African church partners.

The Rafiki Foundation has received an outstanding 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for institutional integrity as a service charity.